The New York Islanders have signed defencemen Alexander Romanov and Noah Dobson to three-year extensions, the club announced on Monday.
The club also announced a one-year pact with forward Kieffer Bellows.
Romanov’s deal is worth an annual average of $2.5 million, according to Sportsnet’s Elliotte Friedman. He was acquired by the Islanders at this summer’s NHL Draft, along with a fourth-round pick, in exchange for New York’s first-round selection.
Dobson, 22, from Summerside, P.E.I., played 80 games this past season, his third with the Islanders, and posted career highs in goals (13), assists (38), and points (51). Friedman reported Dobson’s deal as being worth $12 million, or $4 million a season.
The Moscow-born Romanov was drafted 38th overall by Montreal in 2018 and had played just two seasons with the club before the Canadiens traded him. In 133 NHL games, the 22-year-old lefty has four goals and 15 assists.
Bellows, 24, has played 67 games over three seasons with the Islanders. The native of Edina, Minn., has registered 11 goals and 14 assists. His deal was reportedly worth $1.2 million.